ARC Review: Bind Me Before You Go (SERVE, #8) by Harper Kincaid
Title: Bind Me Before You Go Series: SERVE, #8 Author: Harper Kincaid Genre: Contemporary Romance Length: 167 pages ISBN: 978-1-63375-308-2 Release Date: July 21, 2015 Imprint: Brazen
His heart is bound tighter than the bondage he craves…
Determined to put her past behind her, Cassidy Peyton moves to the Big Apple. But New York has a few dark secrets of its own, including Serve, an exclusive BDSM club. It’s a place she isn’t sure she’s ready for, until she sees him watching her. Hot. Intent. Knowing. With eyes that leave her stomach tied in knots, because the loneliness he’s trying to hide matches her own.
Security expert David Cavill has more secrets than any man should. Secrets that forever shut down any possibility of love, marriage, or family. Yet Cassidy draws him in, an intoxicating combination of strength, candor, and sensuality that David can’t resist. But as their bond deepens, Cassidy must decide if she can love a man whose heart is bound tighter than the form of bondage he craves…
Tessa Bailey, Katee Robert, Joya Ryan, and now Harper Kincaid...These are the women behind the Serve books and Harper Kincaid joins the ranks flawlessly.
A quick read, Bind Me Before You Go is sexy, steamy, and sizzling. Kincaid offers readers so much backbone to the story, I was amazed at what she packed into a quick read.
Being dragged to a sex club by her friend, Cassidy meets David and the two dive into the world of bondage and exploration as they release their inhibitions and let them fly free. The characters themselves are amazing and the chemistry is there. I liked the fact that there wasn't instalove, but instead it developed. The storyline itself was great and the author writes both the plot and characters very well and in a way that you not only like these characters, you love them
My only complaint was that things went a little too fast. Of course the author was fitting in a lot in a quick read, but I would've liked to see the book develop and play out more. Other than that, I really enjoyed Cassidy and David's story and by the time I finished this book, I wanted more of them. I just loved them.